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Updated on 29.09.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Eva
3 min reading time
Tirol isn’t always a winter wonderland, you know. Sometimes it’s a summer wonderland. And then there is autumn. It unfolds with brilliant bursts of gold, crystalline blue skies, the crisp perfume of fluttering leaves, and trails paved in yellow. Honestly speaking, the seasons are fleeting, so get out now and experience it. Here are some great ways to savour autumn in Tirol.
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Autumn is an excellent time of the year to discover Tirol. 
Updated on 20.09.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Fabienne
8 min reading time
There’s something magical that happens when leaves begin to change colour, the air turns crisp and cool and days are getting darker earlier. Autumn brings a new set of activities to fill your days — here is my ultimate autumn bucket list.
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Stone heart on the Hohe Fürleg mountain in the Karwendel Mountains
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Updated on 05.05.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Christina
2 min reading time
No matter whether you are a Tirolean native living somewhere else in the world or simply a lover of all things Tirolean who can't wait to get back to the Heart of the Alps, we have put together a list of 15 telltale signs that you are missing Tirol.
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Hiking in the mountains, like here in the Brandenberg Alps, everyone is on first-name terms.
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Updated on 04.05.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Pauline Krätzig
7 min reading time
The roads are steep not straight? The air smells of snow or flowers? You are offered a shot of schnapps at 10 o'clock in the morning? Three sure signs you are in Tirol. Check out our list of 100 things that tell you you're in Tirol.
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Updated on 27.04.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Anke Helle
14 min reading time
There is nothing that our author finds more difficult than getting up early. Can she learn to appreciate the morning hours with the help of local farmers high in the mountains of Tirol?
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Updated on 31.03.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Pauline Krätzig
7 min reading time
Is there really a life beyond video conferencing, Netflix binges and evenings in cooking the same old dish for the 112th time? We certainly hope so! Right now nobody quite knows if and when we will be able to enjoy all our favourite things again this summer, but there's certainly plenty of items pencilled in on our to-do list. Here are 100 top ideas for your next trip to Tirol.
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How to holiday like a special agent: With its rugged mountain peaks and stunning panoramic views, it is easy to understand why the jaw-dropping Alpine setting of Sölden was chosen as the setting for shooting action-packed mountain scenes for the 24th film of the Bond franchise.
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Updated on 16.03.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Michael
4 min reading time
The T-bar is an endangered species in Tirol. This winter, a new tri-cable gondola whisks skiers up to the top at Stubai Glacier Ski Resort, new border-erasing gondola lines create Austria’s largest ski resort in St. Anton and Giggijochbahn Gondola in Sölden boasts a wheelchair accessible loading area. Somewhat sad for lovers of yesteryear’s T-bars and rope tows, these improvements will completely transform the guest experience for the 2016-2017 winter season.
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Updated on 17.02.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Pauline Krätzig
7 min reading time
From children's favourite to climate change victim, the snowman is a complex and fragile character. For centuries he has been a core part of every good winter in the Alps. But where does this ancient tradition come from – and what does the future hold? We set out to discover the story behind an endagered species.
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